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  1. Looks like it will be late July at the earliest before Clowney is allowed to take a visit to a teams facility.
  2. A bit of Titans love on GMFB today there was a discussion about who is more likely to make it to the Super Bowl Tannehill/Titans or Brady/Bucs and the majority view was the Titans were more likely to reach the Super Bowl. Was also refreshing to see members of the national media look past the ridiculous narrative that the Titans are going to see a massive regression like the 2018 Jags after they made the AFCCG the previous season.
  3. 100 days till the scheduled kickoff of the 2020 NFL Season.
  4. Most draft capital JRob has to work with since the 2017 draft.
  5. Just starting a thread for any 2021 Draft News. Disappointing to see that Clemson WR Justyn Ross has been ruled out of the upcoming season with a serious neck/spine issue, Ross is one of the more talented WR in CFB.
  6. Seems to be Titans day on NFLN, scheduled segments on NFL Now and NFL Total Access discussing the Titans Roster and whether they have done enough this offseason to take the next step.
  7. HAROLD LANDRY, OLB, TENNESSEE TITANS Can a player who, in just their second season, led the Titans in sacks (nine) really be primed to take it to another level? For Harold Landry, absolutely. To go along with his nine sacks, Landry racked up 81 tackles, 28 pressures, 12 tackles for loss, two fumble recoveries and one forced a fumble and interception apiece. But there's a chance 2020 could be even better. For starters, Landry did all that while not recording a single sack in the final four games of the season; something that likely wouldn't happen again, given how good he is. Second, over his first two seasons, he's been able to learn behind the likes of Brian Orakpo and Cameron Wake. With both of them now gone, it is Landry's show to display what he learned from those guys with a twist of his own abilities. Finally, the addition of Vic Beasley should help on the other edge, and the growth of interior defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons should help even more. Imagine if they also could add Jadeveon Clowney. If you ask me, Landry's first double-digit sacks season and first Pro Bowl are on deck.
  8. A rare informed and reasonable Titans take from Peter King and his yearly power rankings. 7. Tennessee (11-8, lost AFC Championship Game to Kansas City 35-24) I don’t think we appreciate enough what the Titans did after the leaves changed last fall. In the last 10 games, including playoffs, Tennessee was 7-3, averaged 30.6 points per game, traveled to beat the Nos. 3 and 1 seeds in the playoffs, and were down four entering the fourth quarter to the eventual world champions in Kansas City. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill rescued the season in October and compiled the league’s best passer rating in seven years in the process. Derrick Henry was the perfect powerback, going into the wayback machine to run it 386 times in 19 games—for a 5.1-yard average. What they can do for an encore is hold off Indianapolis (and maybe Houston) for the AFC South title, and maybe get off the 9-7 treadmill. (They’ve been 9-7 four straight years.) Defensively, Tennessee’s in good shape to do a bit better than the 21 points per game than it surrendered last year, even after trading perennial Pro Bowler Jurrell Casey to Denver. DaQuan Jones, 28, and Jeffery Simmons, 22, are two good interior players, and Tennessee got nine good years out of Casey. Mike Vrabel’s done a good job with this team—he knew when to pull the plug with the ineffective Marcus Mariota—and with this coaching staff. He brought back Dean Pees to be his defensive coordinator for two needed seasons (Pees retired in January), and promoted the right man, Arthur Smith, to offensive coordinator when Matt LaFleur took the Packers head-coaching job last year. Smith was imaginative and superb in his first year running the offense. There’s no reason why it won’t continue.
  9. Most of the reports suggest the Titans are on the fringes monitoring the Clowney situation not aggressively pursuing him like some other teams. https://www.nfl.com/videos/pelissero-titans-continue-to-monitor-clowney-in-free-agency
  10. So if reports are to be believed the Dolphins/Browns/Seahawks have all offered larger deals to Clowney than the Titans, also according to Russini on Get Up today the Eagles also put an offer in front of Clowney. I just don't think the Titans are financially aggressively chasing Clowney, there is obvious interest from the Titans but it feels that interest is only if he is prepared to sign for a 1yr cut price deal.
  11. Bit of talk down here in Australia that the NFL and some of the other major US sports have been in contact with the 2 major football codes here (NRL/AFL) as they are going to be the first two full contact/tackling football codes to restart their competitions, the NRL starts today and the AFL in 2 weeks. Apparently most interest surrounds the bio security protocols that have been put in place to allow both competitions to restart so quickly. It is interesting how quickly the debate has shifted, a month ago not everyone was convinced there would be an NFL season and now the discussion more revolves around if or how many fans will be allowed in the stadiums.
  12. Make the playoffs and then go from there.
  13. I'm sure there would be a major regression from Tannehill baked into those analytics, they also had the Titans defense ranked 19th. There were some really weird rankings in that ESPN FPI released yesterday, two NFC East teams in the top 6 (Cowboys/Eagles), the Patriots being the 3rd ranked AFC team, given a 60% chance of making the playoffs and also having the top defense didn't feel right.

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